Sometimes called "the butterfly flower", the iris has long been favored by flower lovers for its rich color and unique shape. Often regarded for its symbol of loyalty, it is the perfect way to send a meaningful message of solidarity and dedication to friends and family on any occasion. As the birth flower of February, the amethyst color of these blossoms is sure to spread cheer to a loved one born during this month. They are also the traditional flower celebrating 25 years of marriage. Consider sending them to your significant other or to a couple marking this milestone.
This mysterious and unique flower has been a favorite for centuries and is the inspiration for the well-known three-pronged fleur-de-lis most commonly associated with the French Royal Family. The symbolic meanings of the three prongs of the iris represent faith, royalty and wisdom, making them the perfect gift for religious occasions, graduations and other endeavors. The deep purple iris boasts elegance, and its exquisite stature and traditional indigo and yellow color add an elegant burst of color to any room, tabletop or desk. Be the bright spot in someone`s day by sending irises to their home or work. You will find a pleasing assortment of arrangements ranging from clusters of just irises to a complementary blend of irises with such other flowers as gerbera daisies, roses, tulips, carnations and more.